Sunday, October 14, 2007

Sunny, Beautiful Fall Day

Today was absolutely gorgeous. It was sunny, no wind, not a cloud in the sky. The kind of day that begs you to do yard work...the kind of day that a thin t-shirt warms you enough if you are working...the kind of day that you might mistake for the end of summer, except the low angle of the sun somehow feels different. It's like summer's last kiss good-bye.

We took a few pictures of Evan with his Autumn Burst maple in the back yard. This tree was a first birthday gift from Grandma & Grandpa Key and Auntie Jen. I thought it would be cute to get a picture of him standing, holding on the the trunk all by himself. Evan had other ideas. I love the last picture of him, surrounded by bright red leaves, intently studying them.


Eva Nichole said...

What a beautiful day and a lovely tree with a handsome young man with it all!!!

Crystal and Eva

Miss N Cedie said...

Great pictures! Just beautiful.

Love Jenn

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad you had a beautiful weekend. Thank you for taking the pictures and sharing Evan with us.

Love to you all, Grandma Anna

Mary said...

Beautiful day and a beautiful little boy. What a swell gift to watch grow as Evan grows. Love your nice flat yard. What a great place to play.

Anonymous said...

Hi Evan, You sure look cute out in your backyard by your colorful tree. We are all thinking about you here on Galvin Drive. Have a lovely fall season!!
Lynn, Jim, Greatgrandma/pa Wilkins. Love to all of you.

Leslie, Arlin & Katie Kauffman said...
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Leslie, Arlin & Katie Kauffman said...

What beautiful fall pictures! I love the last one too--precious. :-)

Leslie & Katie

Amélie Mia Chan said...

What a great present...I love the autumn colours and the maple changing...

It must be great getting together with Max and having so much to catch up on in person...also great for Evan and Max to form a true friendship.

Love Les and Amélie xx

Anonymous said...

Dear Evan,
Grandma heard that there is a strong wind coming your way this week, so tell your little tree to hold onto its leaves. I look forward to seeing you this Saturday. Big Hug and see you soon!
Love, Grandma Key